MSC calls Suez blockage "one of the biggest disruptions to global trade in recent years"

Liner carrriers, among them MSC and Maersk, are rerouting a large number of vessels south of Africa. Still, MSC describes the Suez Canal blockage as a major disruption that will impact the second quarter of 2021 heavily.
Photo: PR / MSC
Photo: PR / MSC

Following HMM, the first carrier to reroute a container vessel south of Africa, a large number of carriers have followed suit and redirected container ships south of the Cape of Good Hope to curb the impact of the Suez Canal blockage.

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